Hunger Games Analysis
1. Katniss became a victor of the Hunger Games, escaped from the Quarterly Quell, and started a rebellion ending the games. 2. Theaseus volunteered and defeated the deathly Minotaur, saving the lives of others. 3. “Katniss, the girl who was on fire!”-Suzanne Collins. Katniss’s perspective in the Hunger Games had a major impact on readers as well as on the story itself. Her specific viewpoint allowed story to be remarkable. Through the trilogy readers maintained a deep connection with Katniss due to her background and personality. Miss Everdeen was not your normal teenage girl in the dystopian society. Her mother gave up once her husband died making Katniss the caretaker of her family. She had to fight and sacrifice a lot for survival causing her to be a very independent/ mature for her age. The idea of the Hunger Games in her mind was sickening and caused the readers to feel the same way because we understand where she is coming from. Her somewhat depressing background and viewpoint of the Hunger Games gave her a reason to be rebellious, defying the capital as much as possible. Katniss viewpoint led to the win, escape of the quell and end of the official games because it drove her actions and events happening within the trilogy. Throughout the course of the trilogy Katniss’s personality and character gradually changes. Katniss emotionally develops as a character in the Hunger Games. She demonstrates a determined loyalty to herself and her family. Her only obligation is to them and their needs. In the beginning, Katniss is determined to win the Games no matter the cost, even if she has to kill Peeta. As the book progresses gains a new respect for human life. She learns to respect humanity more and appreciate people in her life other than her family. During Catching Fire Katniss emotionally and socially changes. She's so wrapped up in keeping everyone she loves alive and trying to convince the districts and President Snow that...
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